‘Ohana Breakfast with Stitch

This review reflects our experience from September of 2016.

‘Ohana has been on our list of places to dine for a while. We finally got a reservation for it on our last trip and we opted for breakfast. ‘Ohana is located at Disney’s Polynesian Resort and features a character breakfast with Lilo and Stitch. This restaurant is treated much like a character buffet, but with family style dining instead.

Image from cdbendele.com
Image from cdbendele.com

When we arrived we noted to our host that we’d need to speak with a chef. Typically they just bring out plates of generic breakfast foods, sausage, eggs, biscuits, etc. So we really needed to make our server know we weren’t getting that ASAP. When we sat down we spoke with our server and told her we were vegan and needed to speak with the chef. She brought out soy milk for our coffee and grabbed the chef for us. The chef came out pretty quickly and told us he’d make us some vegan Mickey waffles and a tofu scramble.

Us with Stitch
Us with Stitch

Our food took a while, but we expected that as everyone else gets the same food and ours was made to order. Our meal started with a fruit plate and ‘Stitch juice’. The fruit plate was pretty sad and we didn’t really care for it, the juice was the same as the jungle juice they have at other breakfast buffets, which is way too sweet for us.

Fruit with Juice
Fruit with Juice

The chef brought out our vegan waffles and even found some Earth Balance vegan butter and real maple syrup for us to have with them. He told us if we wanted more waffles to let him know and he would get them started.

Vegan Waffles with Earth Balance butter
Vegan Waffles with Earth Balance butter

With the waffles he also brought out what he called a tofu scramble. To us it was more of a stir fry, as he used the sweet sauce that they use at dinner. It reminded me of the “scramble” I got from Kona Cafe a few years ago.

Tofu Scramble
Tofu Scramble

The scramble only had a few pieces of tofu, but was loaded up with veggies. There was tons of broccoli, peppers, onion, potatoes and more. There was a sweet sauce all over it, which made it less breakfast-like. As a whole it was pretty good, but nothing to really be excited about.

Vegan Mickey Waffles
Vegan Mickey Waffles

Our waffles were much better than the waffles we had had at Cape May during the same trip. These tasted like normal waffles and were incredibly delicious. Since I was about 6 months pregnant during this time, I ordered waffles two more times during our breakfast.

Us with Lilo
Us with Lilo
Mickey and Melissa
Mickey and Melissa

During our meal we met all of the characters. Stitch has his own photographer and that photo makes its way into your Disney Photo Pass. They move pretty quickly, so if you’re looking for a quicker breakfast with characters, I’d recommend this one.

Would we go back?
Probably not, the food was okay, but the price was pretty high for what we got. The characters were nice and our service was great though.

Price?
$$$

Corey & Melissa

One thought on “‘Ohana Breakfast with Stitch

  1. Jennifer Scavone July 5, 2017 / 4:10 pm

    Can you tell me how much that breakfast costs at Ohana? Thanks!

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